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    Delaware now honors VA CHP

    http://attorneygeneral.delaware.gov/...dweapons.shtml

    They are not reporting it as a reciprocity agreement but just as states they will honor.

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    Dang.. oh so close to proving a route north that avoids the Unfree State of Maryland. But maybe a place to vacation.

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    SWEET!!!!
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    good news.....hopefully it will hit the Va site soon
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    Alerted VCDL, great find.

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    Progress!

    Pretty soon the only thing left to conquer on the east coast will be NY & Md. - wish.

    I remember goose hunting on Bombay Hook but had to OC my shotgun and wear camo to get by. Best breakfast in the state was at the Smerna Diner - at least at 3:30 A.M.

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    Just to be an ass, I think that's Smyrna Diner.
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    VAopencarry wrote:
    Just to be an ass, I think that's Smyrna Diner.
    Ok, you're an ass but you're right. I'm buyin' so pull up a bench - gotta few stories to tell

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    This is good news. Hopefully VA will return the favor some day. Now MD is the only wart on the ass of the DelMarVa region...
    Pretty soon the only thing left to conquer on the east coast will be NY & Md. - wish.

    And NJ.

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    Tomahawk wrote:
    This is good news. Hopefully VA will return the favor some day. Now MD is the only wart on the ass of the DelMarVa region...
    Pretty soon the only thing left to conquer on the east coast will be NY & Md. - wish.

    And NJ.
    Is NJ still a seperate state? Maybe HankT can shed some light on this for me.

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    I would suggest waiting until I heard from my contact at VSP to confirm this. They don't offer recognition, only reciprocity I hear.

    I will put out an alert when I confirm.


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    Tomahawk wrote:
    This is good news. Hopefully VA will return the favor some day. Now MD is the only wart on the ass of the DelMarVa region...
    Pretty soon the only thing left to conquer on the east coast will be NY & Md. - wish.

    And NJ.
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    Now if we could just get the rest of the (ahem) southern states to play ball...

    There are two interstate routes to Texas, but only one of them is gun traveler friendly, and I have to drive through northern territories to get there.
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    for the time being, seems that the Utah permit is still going to be a good thing to have
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    paramedic70002 wrote:
    Now if we could just get the rest of the (ahem) southern states to play ball...

    There are two interstate routes to Texas, but only one of them is gun traveler friendly, and I have to drive through northern territories to get there.
    Which northern territories? You can drive to Texas on I-81 to I-40 to I-30 through Tennessee and Arkansas, both of whom recognize the Va permit. You can even turn south through Mississippi and/or Lousiana, as they recognize it also.

    Of the "Southern States", only Alabama and Georgia don't yet recognize the Va resident permit, and I believe Georgia is currently undergoing negotiation.

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    paramedic70002 wrote:
    Now if we could just get the rest of the (ahem) southern states to play ball...

    There are two interstate routes to Texas, but only one of them is gun traveler friendly, and I have to drive through northern territories to get there.
    A New Hampshire or Utah permit would quickly settle that issue. NH cost $20.00 and a 30 day wait is good for 5 years and there are no additional training requirements.

    Pro Shooter is a Utah instructor. Give him a shout!
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    Thanks for the mention 226....we have our next Utah permit class coming up on October 26th if anyone is interested.
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    from their web:

    Carry On.

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    Carry On.

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    NH cost $20.00 and a 30 day wait
    or even faster.... mine was a week, mailbox to mailbox.

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    zoom6zoom wrote:
    NH cost $20.00 and a 30 day wait
    or even faster.... mine was a week, mailbox to mailbox.
    I sent mine out on a Wednesday... and I don't know how, but it was waiting in my mailbox on Monday... NH does a great job.
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    Just out of curiosity, how many concealed permits can one have?

    I keep hearing different numbers ranging from 2 max to however many you want to pay for.

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    darthmord wrote:
    Just out of curiosity, how many concealed permits can one have?

    I keep hearing different numbers ranging from 2 max to however many you want to pay for.
    I believe the answer is a qualified (b): However many you want to pay for and will qualify for. Some states have stricter requirements than others. Virginia, for example, requires you to have some sort of proof of training, be it hunter safety, a DD-214, etc. New York requires you to be rich, well-connected, and/or famous, and Alaska's requires you to be able to hit a moose from a helicopter. Those last two may be a bit of an exxageration, but some states do require a safety/training course, some with live-fire and some without.

    A couple of good sources for CCW info state-by-state are:

    http://www.carryconcealed.net/

    http://www.handgunlaw.us/

    In some states, a CCW (CHP, CHL, etc) is needed for Open Carry also. Other states, like our lovely aforementioned Virginia, require no permit to OC.

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    darthmord wrote:
    Just out of curiosity, how many concealed permits can one have?

    I keep hearing different numbers ranging from 2 max to however many you want to pay for.
    No statutory limit - I have 2 1/2 - Va., Utah and NH on the way.

    Yata hey
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    Grapeshot wrote:
    darthmord wrote:
    Just out of curiosity, how many concealed permits can one have?

    I keep hearing different numbers ranging from 2 max to however many you want to pay for.
    No statutory limit - I have 2 1/2 - Va., Utah and NH on the way.

    Yata hey
    Thanks for the responses both of you. I'll have to get to work on picking up a choice few others to open up my CCP options when I travel.

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